‘Towards a European Commercial Court?’

“The prospect of Brexit has led a number of countries on the European continent to take measures designed to make their civil justice systems more attractive for international litigants. In Germany, various initiatives have resulted in the creation of special chambers for international commercial matters at the District Courts in Frankfurt and Hamburg which permit, if both parties agree, proceedings to be conducted largely in English …” (more)

[Giesela Rühl, Oxford Business Law Blog, 20 November]

Leave a Reply